Councillors moved ahead Monday with a plan to spend $5 million now to convert Barrie's street lights to LEDs that could save more than twice that amount in energy and maintenance costs in 10 years.
The Georgian Grizzlies men’s and women’s indoor soccer teams kicked off their 2015 season on Friday when they took part in the Conestoga Invitational.
Pretty much any activity outdoors on Monday in Barrie required some serious bundling up to offset the bitter-cold temperatures.
Looking to make it a perfect weekend, the Georgian Grizzlies men’s and women’s volleyball teams welcomed the Fleming Knights on Sunday afternoon.
As they head down the final stretch of their season, each game grows more important for the Georgian Grizzlies men’s and women’s basketball teams.
Now that we are well into 2015 and our many carefully planned and sincerely promised resolutions are but distant memories or lying in a pile on the ba
WASAGA BEACH - Two men are facing several charges following the armed robbery of a variety store in Wasaga Beach, Sunday night.
Numerous young people in the Collingwood area have benefited from the Employment and Resources Centre of Georgian Bay Area, and as of Jan. 23 the fede
INNISFIL – More than 120 snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles accessing Lake Simcoe in the Lefroy and Gilford areas were stopped for RIDE checks by So
It is nice to see city hall considering positive action regarding sidewalks in this city.
As a cyclist who commutes through Barrie year-round, I have a few words for some of the morons - er, motorists - on Barrie's streets.
(STAFF) — Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Glen R. Murray has presented the County of Simcoe with an award for Environmental Excellence